Russell et al article analyzing the Diamond Princess data.
New York Times county level data on cumulative US known cases. Updated occasionally so best to download directly from github.
Martin S. Eichenbaum, Sergio Rebelo, Mathias Trabandt “The Macroeconomics of Epidemics”
Worldometer’s estimates of known (not active) cases and deaths. This is a commercial website, known cases is not that useful, and reporting varies around the world, but they provide detailed information about sources.
From Susan Athey and Keystone Strategy: estimates of the impact of interventions on the infection rate.
From Jan Kulveit’s group: estimates of active cases (not reported cases); estimates of the effect of mitigation measures
Jan Kulveit’s group has a global epidemiological model that you can experiment with and will do more sophisticated modeling pro-bono for decision makers and health care planners. Details at epidemicforecasting.org.
Jan Kulveit’s group has estimates of the number of actives cases – very different from the number of confirmed cases because of variation in testing. These numbers are much larger than the number of confirmed cases.
Andrea Ichino’s group describe transition steps to stop COVID-19 without killing the world economy in VOXEU.
Eline van den Broek-Altenburg and Adam Atherly analyze the economic costs and benefits of quarantine measures.